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Eastern Washington’s men’s basketball team gave up a seven-point second-half lead and lost to South Dakota 78-72 in Vermillion Monday night. You can read more here.
Any momentum Eastern Washington’s struggling men’s basketball team might have picked up from its 95-91 home win over Seattle University last Wednesday might have been smothered Saturday night when the Eagles suffered a 72-42 road loss to Nebraska.
Glen Dean, after missing EWU’s first seven men’s basketball games with a stress fracture in his left foot, has returned to handle the Eagles’ point-guard chores, and teammate Kevin Winford is as pleased as anyone to have Dean back.
You can get an early look at the story about Dean’s return that will run in Wednesday morning’s S-R here.
Eastern Washington’s sophomore point guard Glen Dean, who has missed the Eagles first seven games of the season with a stress fracture in his foot, was cleared to practice earlier this week and could be available for Sunday rematch against San Jose State in San Jose, Calif.
In addition, EWU coach Kirk Earlywine also expects to have junior guard Cliff Colimon (ankle) and junior forward Rashano McRae back (concussion) after both missed several games with injuries.
You can read more here.
The 2010-11 college basketball season has not started off well for Eastern Washington men’s coach Kirk Earlywine and his Eagles.
Less than a week into practice, Earlywine has lost sophomore point guard Glen Dean for an indefinite time because of a stress fracture in his foot. And promising freshman Geoffrey Allen has been lost for the season with a broken wrist that will keep him in cast for about three months.
Eastern Washington University gave its postseason hopes another boost Sunday afternoon, but upsetting Big Sky Conference rival Montana 69-68 at Reese Court.
You can take an early look at the unedited version fo the game story that will appear in Monday morning’s S-R below.